Lucas Noyon is appointed as PhD-fellow at Leiden Law School, Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology. His research is concerned with the interaction between public opinion and the criminal justice system. He teaches courses in procedural and substantive criminal law and supervises thesis students.
Lucas Noyon obtained a LLB degree in Law and a BSc degree in Interdisciplinary social sciences at the University of Amsterdam and subsequently graduated in Criminal Law at Erasmus University (LLM), and Criminology at Leiden University (MSc).
Previous experiences include an appointment as student assistant at the Criminal Law department of Erasmus University, as an intern at Prakken d’Oliveira Human Rights Lawyers, and as an intern and subsequently junior researcher at the Netherlands institute for the study of crime and law enforcement (NSCR).
At present, Lucas conducts PhD research at the Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology at Leiden University. His interdisciplinary designed research focusses on the interaction between public opinion and the Criminal Justice System. He is particularly concerned with the task conception and conduct of the Dutch Public Prosecution Service.
Lucas teaches courses in procedural and substantive criminal law and supervises thesis students.